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TN-S OR TT


danny7299

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When to look at a job today in a old shop, No Eath to the Inocoming Supply Cable, and it had been TT'd (old board) ?

Rang DNO ... Not much help , the customer want new board on by the end of the week...

Would there be a problem if i have it as a TT? Like i said it lookes like it used to be TN-S but there is no where that i can see where the earth should go!

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nothing to stop you making any TN to TT

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i hate TT.... Gurrr!!

nothing wrong with TT... much safer than TNCS!

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he he ... i still hate it, don't know why but it is always a " if i have to " option

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he he ... i still hate it, don't know why but it is always a " if i have to " option

work with it a bit more and youll get used to it

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has this shop a 3 phase supply?

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nope just a single 100A... lookes like it used to be a house, a long time ago

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nope just a single 100A... lookes like it used to be a house, a long time ago

was is the "Home Sweet Home" embroidered patchwork cushions in the corner that gave it away!??:|]:)

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he he ... i still hate it, don't know why but it is always a " if i have to " option

Own up....

Its cuz you are too lazy to go a diggin inspection pit covers and banging rods in the ground.... "Avoiding the outside work" me thinks!?]:)

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You do know with three phase you need 3 rods - one for each phase!

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You do know with three phase you need 3 rods - one for each phase!

I thought you needed 415 rods, one or each 'Volt' ?:|:(

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I thought you needed 415 rods, one or each 'Volt' ?:|:(

Now that would just be silly. ;)

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You do know with three phase you need 3 rods - one for each phase!

i didn't know that!! ?:|

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i didn't know that!! ?:|

you do know I was joking - right?

:|

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